What was the name of the school that Walter White taught chemistry at in the U.S. TV series "Breaking Bad"?
The name of the high school used in the US 2008—2013 TV series "Breaking Bad" that Walter White teaches chemistry at is J.P. Wynne High School. The real school, Rio Rancho High School located in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA was portrayed in the show as J. P. Wynne High School.
The series which is set in Albuquerque, New Mexico follows Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a meek high school chemistry teacher who transforms into a ruthless player in the local methamphetamine drug trade. He is driven by a desire to financially provide for his family after being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.
Initially making only small batches of meth with a former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) in a rolling meth lab, Walter and Jesse eventually expand to make larger batches of a special blue meth that is incredibly pure and creates a very high demand. Walter takes on the name "Heisenberg" to mask his identity. Because of his drug-related activities, Walt finds himself at odds with his family, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), through his brother-in-law Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), local drug gangs, and Mexican drug cartels and their regional distributors. All the actions taken by Walter and Jesse have put them and their loved ones lives at total risk.